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Topic # 227477 8-Jan-2018 21:24
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Wondering if anyone has an idea of what the IP ranges used by BigPipe customers are. The reason I'm asking is to restrict SSH access to my AWS EC2 instances. I know I could get a static IP, but dynamic suits me for now.

 

 

 

Or is that information a security risk, and therefore not shared?


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  Reply # 1932429 8-Jan-2018 21:27
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For the hassle you could have down the track (eg. more ips added to pool, you put in another pool etc) i'd opt for the one time fee for a static...





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  Reply # 1932430 8-Jan-2018 21:29
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What a floored idea go for the above and get a static IP address

 

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  Reply # 1932441 8-Jan-2018 21:45
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Haha ok! Thanks for the reality check guys...


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  Reply # 1932446 8-Jan-2018 21:54
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Their publicly routable IPv4s look like they all belong within AS133124 so http://bgp.he.net/AS133124

 

 

Not sure which prefixes are their CGNAT and static pool.

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